Trying to buy hydroponic LED grow lights is a challenging task for hobby growers since you will find quite a few currently on the growing light market. With that being said, indoor gardeners should know the reasons why so many people use LED Grow Lights for their indoor gardening needs.
I decided to review the 90 watt UFO grow light. I bought the light online and set it up at home on a sattelite tripod, which connects to the stand with 3 wires, nut, and bolt. It didn’t take too long to setup and all instructions were included with the grow light and stand.
Once turned on, you will know it is running from the sound of the fan. The fan is not super loud, but it is also not silent, so you can hear it running. One thing I noticed right off the bat is how focused the light source is. It emits a bright purple / pink glow and you can feel the heat coming from the light. I performed my test by starting with some seedlings and also with some plants that were partially grown to full grown.
LED lighting is very conventient for indoor growing. I performed my tested during the winter, when growing outdoors in my area would never have possible. As far as how the lights performed, i think that you get what you pay for. The UFO light is a cheap led grow light, so I’s not going to perform to the same level as other lighting methods as hps or cmh lighting. But my plants did grow and they did produce, so in the end I was happy with the results. The UFO light was alos very easy on my electric bill, which is another positive in my book.
LED lights are the future of indoor gardening. In my opinion, the UFO LED light is an adequate purchase if you are looking to buy a cheap led grow light. In the future, the prices will only come down more with quality improving.
Mandy has been writing stories and articles from a very young age on any flat surface she could find. In my opinion, the UFO LED light is an adequate purchase if you are looking for a cheap led grow light.
The first book of its kind, the UFO Sightings Desk Reference: United States of America 2001-2015 presents data and analysis for 100,000+ sightings of unidentified flying objects reported by individuals during the first 15 years of the 21st century. Since 1969 the government has claimed no interest in the subject, and the press and media either ignore or ridicule any mention of UFOs. Yet citizen scientists and non-governmental organizations have continued to this day the research into this important subject: this book seeks to make the hardest data available accessible to the general public, as well as other UFO researchers. The book is organized into beginning narrative sections including analysis of UFO sightings, frequently asked questions, and how to use this book, followed by the data. Charts, tables, and maps are presented of summary data for the entire US and individual chapters for all 50 states (down to the county level) plus the District of Columbia. Aimed at the serious UFO researcher, this comprehensive volume is also of value to academic and public libraries, news organizations, and anyone who is interested in what is flying in the skies over their heads where they live. As seen in the New York Times: “People Are Seeing U.F.O.s Everywhere, and This Book Proves It By RALPH BLUMENTHAL — APRIL 24, 2017”